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Grass

A slang term for $10 in Hong Kong. Bowl and stripe are equivalent terms. See also: Hong Kong dollar.
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Hours later at the hospital, Parker was able to joke with Mansson about eating grass and surviving near-freezing temperatures.
Don't fancy the idea of eating grass myself it would probably play havoc with my hay fever but the menu at this week's restaurant offered some equally strange delicacies.
I used to know someone who took to eating grass after he decided that smoking it was bad for his lungs.
The cows picked up the radioactivity by eating grass dusted by fallout carried on the wind.
The study also suggest that humans began eating grass half a million years earlier than thought, soon after they started leaving the trees.
He is still feeding from his mother and hasn't started eating grass yet.
AStarving or eating grass to make themselves sick are fairly normal for dogs and cats with gut upsets but it shouldn't happen all the time.
They should be eating grass or hay and very little else.
You expect to see pictures of animals eating grass," student Kaela Carpenter said.
It never entered my head that a nice joint of beef was anything other than a bit of a cow that had been eating grass.
As for Snowy Morning he doesn't jump like an Aintree natural and would have been eating grass there with a repetition of his rooting the third last yesterday.
WITNESSES saw drink- driver Jurgen Tersago crawl out of his car and start eating grass on his hands and knees in a field in Berlare, Belgium.